In yesterday’s post I wrote that charging Trump with treason seemed to be warranted. Here is a short list of the many ways this piece of filth has offered aid and comfort to Russia.
You don’t need to be a lawyer to put this case together. Who does Trump toady to? Who does he always appease? Who does he refuse to criticize? Who does he refuse to admit attacked our country?
To who does this racist, lying piece of garbage give his “aid and comfort?”
Hint: It’s the same man who completely controls him, forcing him to destroy our democratic system of government. His friends call him Vlad.
We all know that the #BLOTUS cannot read or even begin to comprehend lengthy papers. We also know he likes photos and images in the material he is given.
Congressman Ted Lieu has sent the President a memo even he with (his limited attention span) can understand. We are not threatened by our allies. We are threatened by our enemies.
We do not need a trade war. We need a real President who is not trying to become a banana republic dictator.
God of peace, we pray for those who have served our nation
We pray for those who have fought, whose spirits and bodies are scarred by war,
We pray for those who serve us now, especially for those in harm’s way.
Turn the hearts and minds of our leaders and our enemies
May the peace you left us, the peace you gave us,
Christ Jesus, hear us! Lord Jesus, hear our prayer!
If you have ever had the pleasure of spending time on a farm or ranch you know what a cow pasture looks and smells like. If you have ever walked through a cow pasture you have ample evidence that it is a home for cows. And, if you are like the majority of us, you avoid stepping in the ample piles of evidence.
Look around, my friends. The evidence is piling up. Take a deep breath. That pungent aroma is the smell of fresh, still steaming Fascism. You recognize the evidence of cows in a cow pasture. Recognize the evidence of Fascism. Once you step in it, the smell cannot be removed.
I once had the opportunity to spend some time with the president of the West Sahara people. We met in the Sahara desert at a time when his nation was at war to regain the land they were driven from years earlier.
One of the memories I have of that conversation which I’ve never forgotten was hearing that he would not accept the presidency until the laws were changed to allow the president to take part in combat (he had already been wounded several times before being elected), and that the law would also demand that every elected official must serve one month a year in direct operations.
I cannot help thinking that such enlightened thinking might slow down our own elected officials’ casual attitude and easy acceptance of the real bottom line of war.